According to the latest news regarding the abduction case of a 20-year-old nursing student named Holly Bobo, the governor of Tennessee has tripled the reward for any information that will lead to her safe recovery. Holly Bobo went missing on 13th April.
Holly Bobo was on the way to attend her class at the Tennessee Technology Center when she was abducted by a “man in camouflage”. According to a news report by CNN, Holly Bobo’s brother Clint saw a masked man “leading her from their Darden home into the woods”. Clint didn’t have any idea his sister was being abducted as he told the officials that he thought the man was Holly’s boyfriend.
The investigation is still underway. None of the more than 250 suspects that were under investigation by the Tennessee Police Department, were found guilty of the crime. The Tennessee Sherriff’s Association has increased the reward in order to gain more chances of recovering the missing student, Holly Bobo. The current reward money is $80,000 that is going to be given to anyone who provides a substantial clue or finds the leading suspect.
Holly Bobo was last seen by her brother, Clint Bobo, before she disappeared into the woods nearby her home in Parsons, Tennessee. Clint Bobo told police that he got suspicious and called for help after he found blood stains in the woods. Investigating officials believe that the person responsible for Holly’s abduction lives in Parsons and asked the close friends and neighbors to report to the police as soon as they suspect any unusual activity in or around Holly’s home town. They also infer that the culprit is well aware of the rocky terrain around her home and must be a huntsman.
Utilizing a site-imaging technology in Holly Bobo’s abduction case, the Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency has been searching the whole town on foot and also investigating the local lakes in Parsons for any clue. There are five roads coming to Holly’s home and all of them are being thoroughly probed by police and the Wildlife Resource Agency.